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Timeline: Women’s Running Through the Years

Running was a sport for the men once upon a time, but that notion slowly deteriorated as historical moments changed the perception of who

Pace Changers: A Look at the Women Who Changed Running

Running wasn't always a sport for females, but these women were the catalyst for change.

Video: Buzunesh Deba Wins, Breaks Course Record At Dodge RNR San Diego Marathon

Video: Gina Slaby Rocks Dodge RNR San Diego Half

Gina Slaby knocks out a win at the 2011 Dodge Rock 'n' Roll San Diego Half Marathon.

Ethiopia’s Teyba Erkesso Wins 2010 Boston Marathon

Ethiopia’s Teyba Erkesso was the top female finisher in Monday’s Boston Marathon. Erkesso won the 114th Boston Marathon in a

Sports Bras for Women—Science, Fit, and “Feel”

What Finding the Perfect Sports Bra Can Do For You Written by: Molly Hurford Being a 34A can have its advantages, at least from an athletic

Running Skirts: Not Just For Women Anymore?

Competitor.com’s Matt Fitzgerald met up with the owners of Running Skirts to find out a bit more about this relatively new product

Female Amputee Wins 24-Hour Race, Qualifies For World Championships

Palmeiro-Winters will likely represent the US in the world championships. Amy Palmeiro-Winters, a below-the-knee leg amputee, took the

Asics Introduces Gel-Kayano 16 For Spring 2010

Irvine, CA (November 18, 2009) – ASICS has announced updates to the iconic GEL-Kayano® for spring 2010. The style’s reputation for

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